Saturday, 14 May 2011
What next for the Transition Institute?
As it aims to be collaborative, innovative and catalytic – building the knowledge and research necessary to support a growing community of practitioners and partners committed to embedding innovation and social value into new models of public service delivery – we will be encouraging people who are interested in working with us to get involved.
To facilitate this and make sure that different operators can buy in at the level that work for them and will help us grow social value-based forms of public service exponentially, we are shortly to announce our terms of engagement.
Firstly there will be the Advisory Council that will help us with the thinking underpinning the Transition Institute and the work streams that emerge from it. We will also be announcing our search for Founding Fellows, who will be the top 100 innovators in public services. If you think this describes you or someone you know please do get in touch with me or Dom Potter here at SEL. In the meantime we are working on the website, which we hope to launch in June. At the moment we have a holding page on the SEL site and you can also look on the NESTA site to view the launch video which will tell you more.
Posted by Allison Ogden-Newton at 09:50